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St Helen's Sunday talks podcast

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St Helen's Sunday talks podcast
St Helen's Sunday talks podcast

St Helen's Sunday talks podcast

St Helen's Bishopsgate

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One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week we gather together on Sundays to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our three English speaking talks from our Sunday services. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources.

Latest Episodes

The enthroned Lord

The transfiguration of Jesus up a mountain gives his disciples a snapshot of his future resurrection glory. He is God’s glorious king and we can have full confidence that we are right to listen to him.

31 MIN6 d ago
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The enthroned Lord

The enthroned Lord

What can end suffering, put everything right and bring us face-to-face with God? In this passage, Jesus explains why he must suffer and more of what it means for us to follow him on the way to the cross.

34 MIN6 d ago
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The enthroned Lord

How to train your dragon

The presence of evil in God's world is an undeniable reality. Those who deny the existence of a personal force for evil (Satan) have to live with a contradictory belief system and it leaves them naively open to Satan's lies. The Christian, however, knows that Satan exists, but is a diminished and defeated enemy. This enables both a mature and rational realism when it comes to evil, but also confident determination to resist the devil.

41 MIN1 w ago
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How to train your dragon

The suffering Saviour

Jesus is God’s king. This truth that Peter confesses is the rock upon which Jesus is going to build his eternal, invincible kingdom. But what kind of Christ is Jesus going to be? Contrary to Satan's lie and the delusion of man, Jesus is a king who must die to us from our sins. There can be no crown before the cross.

35 MIN1 w ago
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The suffering Saviour

The suffering Saviour

Why follow Jesus? And what will it look like? In this passage, Jesus describes for us the Christian life and why it’s worth it.

34 MIN1 w ago
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The suffering Saviour

The shame and blame game

The serpent said that Adam and Eve would have their eyes opened if they disobeyed God, but all they saw was their shame. Genesis 3 wants us to have our eyes opened to how sin has ruined us; hiding and blaming are now so normal for us that we don’t see what we have lost.

32 MIN2 w ago
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The shame and blame game

"I will build my church"

When national statistics present the church in decline, where are we to find growth? So many answers direct our attention to human means, but these famously-misunderstood verses present a rallying cry to trust our reigning king. He will build his church on the rock of his apostles' teaching and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.

31 MIN2 w ago
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"I will build my church"

"I will build my church"

When national statistics present the church in decline, where are we to find growth? So many answers direct our attention to human means, but these famously-misunderstood verses present a rallying cry to trust our reigning king. He will build his church on the rock of his apostles' teaching and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.

33 MIN2 w ago
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"I will build my church"

You will be like God

Genesis 3 makes sense of the world we live in and the world inside our heads. Temptation continues to lie to us about God and about our capacity to live apart from him. In reality, we are falling for the oldest con-trick in the book and slandering a good and loving God.

33 MIN3 w ago
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You will be like God

The adulterous generation

The optimism of inevitable human progress can leave Christians feeling awkward—do we really believe we all have evil hearts? But Jesus teaches us that the evidence is clear: the very existence of a saviour shows the world needs saving. However tempting it may be we need to beware of the teaching that says otherwise.

30 MIN3 w ago
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The adulterous generation

Latest Episodes

The enthroned Lord

The transfiguration of Jesus up a mountain gives his disciples a snapshot of his future resurrection glory. He is God’s glorious king and we can have full confidence that we are right to listen to him.

31 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The enthroned Lord

The enthroned Lord

What can end suffering, put everything right and bring us face-to-face with God? In this passage, Jesus explains why he must suffer and more of what it means for us to follow him on the way to the cross.

34 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The enthroned Lord

How to train your dragon

The presence of evil in God's world is an undeniable reality. Those who deny the existence of a personal force for evil (Satan) have to live with a contradictory belief system and it leaves them naively open to Satan's lies. The Christian, however, knows that Satan exists, but is a diminished and defeated enemy. This enables both a mature and rational realism when it comes to evil, but also confident determination to resist the devil.

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to train your dragon

The suffering Saviour

Jesus is God’s king. This truth that Peter confesses is the rock upon which Jesus is going to build his eternal, invincible kingdom. But what kind of Christ is Jesus going to be? Contrary to Satan's lie and the delusion of man, Jesus is a king who must die to us from our sins. There can be no crown before the cross.

35 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The suffering Saviour

The suffering Saviour

Why follow Jesus? And what will it look like? In this passage, Jesus describes for us the Christian life and why it’s worth it.

34 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The suffering Saviour

The shame and blame game

The serpent said that Adam and Eve would have their eyes opened if they disobeyed God, but all they saw was their shame. Genesis 3 wants us to have our eyes opened to how sin has ruined us; hiding and blaming are now so normal for us that we don’t see what we have lost.

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The shame and blame game

"I will build my church"

When national statistics present the church in decline, where are we to find growth? So many answers direct our attention to human means, but these famously-misunderstood verses present a rallying cry to trust our reigning king. He will build his church on the rock of his apostles' teaching and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.

31 MIN2 w ago
Comments
"I will build my church"

"I will build my church"

When national statistics present the church in decline, where are we to find growth? So many answers direct our attention to human means, but these famously-misunderstood verses present a rallying cry to trust our reigning king. He will build his church on the rock of his apostles' teaching and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.

33 MIN2 w ago
Comments
"I will build my church"

You will be like God

Genesis 3 makes sense of the world we live in and the world inside our heads. Temptation continues to lie to us about God and about our capacity to live apart from him. In reality, we are falling for the oldest con-trick in the book and slandering a good and loving God.

33 MIN3 w ago
Comments
You will be like God

The adulterous generation

The optimism of inevitable human progress can leave Christians feeling awkward—do we really believe we all have evil hearts? But Jesus teaches us that the evidence is clear: the very existence of a saviour shows the world needs saving. However tempting it may be we need to beware of the teaching that says otherwise.

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The adulterous generation
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